Tara Reid was NOT kicked off a flight last night for bad behavior, she claims to RadarOnline.com in an exclusive interview.
In Radar’s exclusive chat on the Staten Island, New York set of her new film The Fifth Boro, the actress, 42, said she left voluntarily left the Los Angeles to New York flight after the airline wouldn’t allow Beso, her 6-month-old Yorkie, to accompany her in her seat because the space was too small.
“They said, ‘Sorry, you can’t have the dog here. I said, ‘This is ridiculous,’” she explained.
“So I got off the plane,” she continued, adding that she got onto another flight immediately after.
“If there was really trouble, I wouldn’t have gone on the next plane!”
A Delta spokesperson previously said in a statement that there was a “customer disturbance,” and the flight departed after a short delay.
Now safely in New York, Reid is spending the next two weeks on the Staten Island set of her upcoming full-length mafia film, which will hit theaters in the spring of 2019.
The film, directed by and starring Steve Stanulis, also features Sean Young and James Russo.
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